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home downloadable worksheets:
The rooms of a house (there is / there are / to be / prepositions of place) - fully editable
Ws dealing with the rooms and parts of a house, some furniture, and exercises to practice habits, there is / there are / to be (present) / prepositions of place. Fully editable, hope it´s useful. Thanks for downloading! Have a nice week.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 2457

 
PARTS OF THE HOUSE - B&W
I hope you like it! Thanks a lot!
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 2341

 
Things we can find at home
This is part of a picture dictionary I´m creating for my students, and I´d like to share with you :) I hope you find it useful!
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 2128

 
My house
2 page worksheet with activities on rooms, furniture, prepositions of place and activities you can do in each room
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1938

 
Grandma´s House
Parts of the house (exterior), Colours & Numbers. "Help grandma remember how many parts of the house are there!´ My daughter asked me to make her a paper house. After coloring, have Ss cut along the dotted line, fold and glue. Play with granny - have her sit in the house, next to it, behind, in front, on top of it, etc.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-10
Downloads: 1259

 
At home
Students look at the picture of a house and match the things in the house with the words. Then they read the text, practice the use of THERE IS / THERE ARE and find and draw other four things that are not in the picture.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-14
Downloads: 1176

 
MY LOVELY HOUSE (KEY+B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Five different exercises for students to practise some vocabulary related to a house and how to describe it looking at the picture. 1º-Students look at the picture and write the correct numbers next to the words. 2º- They look at the picture again and complete with the right word. 3º- They say if some statements are true or false and correct the fa...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1129

 
House types
Levels 2 & 3 - Read & Match. Focus on ´House Types´ vocab. Recycling countries and nationalities. (e.g. 1 - Hello! My name is Yotimo. I’m an Eskimo. I live in an igloo. 7 - I’m Mrs. Smith. I come from Ireland. I live in a small cottage. ) I was asked to produce this Ws by cerix64 and I really enjoyed doing it. I hope you find it useful, too.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-11
Downloads: 1119

 
 
      
Learn the words by heart.
                                                                                                      
          

        a  knife                         a  fork            a spoon       a  frying-pan

 

                                                                           

               a   bowl                       a   pot                       a  plate             a kettle

                                                                          
    cooker           a  cup    a  chopping board    a  glass
 What is it? Choose the word that matches each picture.  
                                                                
                                                                                               
 
 
                                                                                   
                                                                                      
                                                    
                                                                                                  
 
 What do they have? Choose the word that matches each picture.
                                                                          
He has a                              She has a                         He has a         
                                                
He has a                              He has a                        He has a
                                                                        
He has a                            She has a
 

 

       

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